Veteran Ronald “Ronnie” Martin is the epitome of a survivor. He is still here to tell his story despite having been caught up in a helicopter crash and receiving two near-fatal gunshot wounds during his time serving in the Army.
A Tayside community “has been denied the opportunity” to properly commemorate those who died in World War One, a charity leader has said.
It’s most well known for running the annual Scottish Poppy Appeal, but Forces charity Poppyscotland works year-round to help veterans and those still serving in their hour of need.
A trio of avid fundraisers are getting on their bikes again to raise funds for Poppyscotland, and remember absent friends.
A police probe has been launched after thieves stole Poppyscotland collection tins from the iconic Dunfermline Abbey.
Communities across Perth and Kinross will mark the centenary of the end of Armistice at a series of remembrance events on Sunday.
Poignant, humorous and harrowing experiences of Scottish veterans have been brought to life in an innovative new virtual reality project at Abertay University.
Freemason bikers laid a wreath at the Black Watch regimental headquarters at Perth as part of a Scottish tour to raise £60,000 for disabled veterans.
A group of big-hearted bikers will lay wreaths at 31 monuments across Scotland as part of a huge fundraising effort to raise £60,000 for Poppyscotland, whilst also commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War.
The Royal Regiment of Scotland band will visit Tayside and Fife as part of its first-ever nationwide tour to raise money charity.